A koala mother and baby.
an Australian, tailless, tree-dwelling animal that is the only species (Phascolarctos cinereus) of a family (Phascolarticidae) of marsupials with thick, gray fur, sharp claws, and large, tufted ears: it resembles a small bear and feeds exclusively on eucalyptus leaves and buds
Origin of koala; from kūlla, native name in Australia
An arboreal Australian marsupial (Phascolarctos cinereus) that has dense grayish fur, large ears, and sharp claws and feeds chiefly on the leaves of eucalyptus trees.
Origin of koalaProbably from misreading of earlier coola, koolah, from Dharuk gula, gulawany.
From Dharug gula or gulawany.